Front Row (le�-right): David Hawkins, Paulo dos Santos, Gui Carvalho, Steven Lin, Oliver Smith; Back Row: Head Coach Tommy Arne�, Luis Zamora, Sam Groeneveld, Drew Kiser, Asst. Athle�c Trainer Tom Stueber. Not pictured: Tony Bujana.
TUSCULUM COLLEGE MEN’S TENNIS TEAM Name
Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown/High School
6-5 190 Fr. Barquisimeto, Venezuela/Bradenton (Fla.)
5-8 185 So. Sao Paulo, Brazil/Colegio Pentagono Alphaville
Paulo dos Santos
6-1 160 Jr.
6-1 160 Fr. Amsterdam, The Netherlands/Hervormd Lyceum Zuid
5-11 145 So. Nashville, Tenn./Heritage Academy
6-2 165 Jr.
Bristol, Tenn./Tennessee HS
5-11 155 Jr.
Ping Dong, Taiwan/Heritage Academy (S.C.)
5-11 160 Sr. Winchester, Hampshire, England/ABAC/Peter Symonds College
6-2 180 So. San�ago, Chile/San�ago College
Rondania, Brazil/Anglo Compinas
Head Coach: Tommy Arne� (Carson-Newman, 1972) Assistant Athle�c Trainer: Tom Stueber
QUICK FACTS School ........................................... Tusculum College Loca�on .................................Greeneville, TN 37743 Founded ........................................................... 1794 Enrollment ....................................................... 2,350 President .................................. Dr. Nancy B. Moody Alma Mater ..................... Eastern Kentucky, 1972 Director of Athle�cs .........................Frankie DeBusk Alma Mater .................................... Furman, 1991 Associate AD (SWA) ........................... Deborah Davis Faculty Athle�c Representa�ve ............Tom Stueber Assistant Athle�c Director ................. Randy Loggins Nickname ................................................... Pioneers School Colors ............ Orange (Pantone 158) & Black Home Court ........ Roger M. Nichols Tennis Complex Surface ................................................Hard Court Religious Aﬃlia�on ...................... Presbyterian, USA Na�onal Aﬃlia�on ......................... NCAA Division II Conference .........................................South Atlan�c Head Athle�c Trainer .............................Chris Lenker Associate Head Athle�c Trainer ..... Michael Hawkins Assistant Athle�c Trainer ....................... Amy Brooks Assistant Athle�c Trainer (Tennis) ........Tom Stueber Assistant Athle�c Trainer .....................Kendall Grow COACHING STAFF Head Coach .....................................Tommy Arne� Alma Mater ......................Carson-Newman, 1972 Overall Tusculum Record (yrs.).............286-98 (9) Men’s Tennis Record (Tusculum only) ....... 133-57 Women’s Tennis Record (Tusculum only) .. 153-41 Tennis Oﬃce Phone ..........(423) 636-7300 ext. 5372 Email .....................................tarne�@tusculum.edu Men’s Tennis Le�erwinners Returning/Lost ........6/1 Women’s Tennis Le�erwinners Returning/Lost ..7/2 ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS Director ...........................................Dom Donnelly Oﬃce Phone ................................(423) 636-7326 Cell Phone ....................................(423) 341-0091 Fax ................................................(423) 636-7370 Email ...........................email@example.com Assistant Director (Tennis Contact) .......... Jim Miller Oﬃce Phone ................................(423) 636-7494 Email .............................. firstname.lastname@example.org
2010-11 Men’s Tennis Roster ...... Inside Front Cover Quick Facts ............................................................. 1 Table of Contents.................................................... 1 About the Cover ..................................................... 1 President Dr. Nancy B. Moody ................................ 2 Director of Athle�cs Frankie DeBusk ...................... 2 Tusculum College.................................................... 3 Head Coach Tommy Arne�.................................. 4-5 Roger M. Nichols Tennis Complex .......................... 5 Meet the Men’s Tennis Team .............................. 6-7 Meet the Women’s Tennis Team ......................... 8-9 Men’s Tennis Honor Roll ....................................... 10 Women’s Tennis Honor Roll.................................. 11 Athle�c Facili�es................................................... 12 2010-11 Women’s Tennis Roster .. Inside Back Cover 2010-11 Schedule ................................... Back Cover
About the Cover: Featured on this year’s cover are seniors (le� to right): Oliver Smith, Katelyn Doss and Blake Thompson.
Cover Design by: Nathan Carver using Adobe Photoshop. Photography by Nathan Carver.
The 2010-2011 Tusculum College Tennis Media Guide is published by the TC Athle�c Media Rela�ons Oﬃce, Dom Donnelly, Director. Wri�en, compiled and edited by: Dom Donnelly & Tommy Arne�. Principal Photography by: Nathan Carver, Dom Donnelly, Phil Gentry, Mel Donnelly, WG Sportsphotos and Mike Slade. Addi�onal photography by: Travis Crabtree, Cody Greene, NCAA, South Atlan�c Conference and Tusculum Archives. Prin�ng: Pulp Prin�ng, Bristol, Tenn.
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COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION DR. NANCY B. MOODY
PRESIDENT 2ND YEAR • EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY, 1972 Dr. Nancy B. Moody is the 27th President of Tusculum College, Tennessee’s oldest College and is the ﬁrst female president. She oﬃcially assumed the role on April 27, 2009. “Dr. Moody is a strong advocate of our civic arts curriculum and is well-known and respected in our region. We feel fortunate to have a�racted someone of her caliber, and we are truly op�mis�c about the future of Tusculum College under her leadership,” said Ken Bowman, chairman of the Tusculum College Board of Trustees and of the selec�on commi�ee. “Dr. Moody is a proven, successful college president with an especially impressive record of preparing students to be ac�ve ci�zens and successful in the careers they choose.” Bowman added that Dr. Moody has demonstrated a commitment to Tusculum College’s mission of providing a strong civic arts curriculum for all graduates and to con�nuing to grow the College in that tradi�on for both residen�al and Graduate and Professional Studies students. Dr. Moody was previously President of South Atlan�c Conference member Lincoln Memorial University since 2002. “I am excited to have the opportunity to serve Tusculum College. I am extremely impressed with the people of Tusculum College - the students, faculty, staﬀ, administra�ve personnel and members of the Board of Trustees,” said Dr. Moody. “Without excep�on, there is a sense of enthusiasm and pride for the mission of the College, which has a wonderful legacy as the oldest ins�tu�on of higher educa�on in the state of Tennessee.” She added, “As a ﬁrst-genera�on college graduate, I have always valued all levels of educa�on with a par�cular interest in the higher educa�on of tradi�onal aged college students and adults of all ages. Achieving the knowledge and skills necessary to func�on in society through a college educa�on is one of the best ways to s�mulate the local economy and posi�vely impact local communi�es and the lives of others. Dr. Moody received associate and baccalaureate degrees in nursing from Eastern Kentucky University, a master’s of science in nursing from Texas Woman’s University and a doctorate of science in nursing from the University of Alabama’s School of Nursing at Birmingham. Her professional career in higher educa�on began at LMU as an instructor of nursing. She subsequently served in several roles at LMU, culmina�ng in her appointment as the dean of LMU’s School of Professional Studies before joining the faculty at East Tennessee State University where she was tenured and served as department chair. She would go on to become an associate professor at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, while also serving as the execu�ve director of the Tennessee Center of Nursing. Dr. Moody currently chairs the execu�ve commi�ee for the Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universi�es Associa�on and serves on the Tennessee Student Assistance Corpora�on Board of Directors. She is a member of the NCAA Division II President’s Council and an ac�ve par�cipant on the boards of the Appalachian Colleges Associa�on and the Tennessee Center for Nursing, Inc. She is married to Tom Moody, a self-employed public accountant in Knoxville. She and Tom are proud parents of grown children, daughter, Mykel, and son, Adam.
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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 4TH YEAR • FURMAN UNIVERSITY, 1991 Frankie DeBusk is entering his fourth year as athle�c director at Tusculum College. He was named interim director of athle�cs in August, 2007 and was promoted to the full-�me post later that year. DeBusk is also beginning his 13th season at the helm of the Pioneer football program. DeBusk oversees the day-to-day opera�ons of the Tusculum athle�c department and the 14 sports that the College sponsors. In his ﬁrst three years at the helm of the Pioneer Athle�c Department, DeBusk has guided Tusculum to outstanding seasons. In the last three years, TC has captured nine South Atlan�c Conference championships, ﬁve SAC Tournament �tles and 14 NCAA Division II postseason appearances. Tusculum has ﬁnished fourth or be�er for the Doug Echols SAC Athle�c Excellence Award, including second in his ﬁrst two years as athle�c director. With its outstanding na�onal postseason success during the 2008-09 campaign, Tusculum was the top league school in the NACDA Director’s Cup, ﬁnishing 58th of 272 Division II programs in the country. Tusculum student-athletes and coaches have garnered numerous individual accomplishments during DeBusk’s brief watch. In the last three years, 122 student-athletes have earned All-South Atlan�c Conference honors, including 55 AllRegion picks and 24 All-Americans. Twelve (12) have been selected as SAC Players of the Year, including four as Region Players of the Year. Three have also garnered Conference Freshman of the Year accolades. DeBusk has also stressed academic excellence in the department, resul�ng in 272 SAC Commissioner Honor Roll recipients over the last three years, including and a school record 26 named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Team. Thirteen (13) Pioneers have earned the pres�gious South Atlan�c Conference Scholar Athlete Award for their respec�ve sports, including six ESPN The Magazine Academic All-Americans®, including Dus�n Morrow (baseball - 2008), Nicole Ferris (women’s soccer - 2008), Jarrell NeSmith (football - 2008, 2009), Simon Holzapfel (men’s cross country - 2008) and Chase Carroll (men’s golf 2009). Three TC head coaches were either named Conference or Region Coach of the Year during the 2007-08 season. Tommy Arne� (men’s tennis) and Bre� Teach (men’s soccer) were named SAC Coaches of the Year, while Missy Tiber was selected as the Region Coach of the Year by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Associa�on (WBCA). DeBusk has overseen numerous athle�c facility enhancements during his tenure as both football coach and athle�c director at Tusculum. In 2007-08, championship banners were installed in Pioneer Arena, honoring the success of Tusculum athle�cs, both past and present. The Pioneer Arena playing surface was redesigned and reﬁnished during the summer of 2008, while historic Rankin Hall, which houses the TC athle�c department, experienced renova�ons to its main lobby area. The Pioneer football locker room also experience a major renova�on with the installa�on of new lockers and ﬂoor. DeBusk, the winningest football coach in Tusculum history, has built the Pioneers into year in and year out contenders in NCAA II, resul�ng in seven winning seasons in the last nine years. Over the past 10 seasons, TC has posted a 64-44 mark including a 9-4 tally sheet in 2008, while claiming the program’s second South Atlan�c Conference Championship and earning the school’s ﬁrst berth to the NCAA II Football Playoﬀs. For his eﬀorts, he was named Conference and AFCA Region Coach of the Year. His 71 victories on the Pioneer sidelines makes DeBusk the winningest gridrion coach in Tusculum history. His victory tally is the fourth most in SAC history, while his 37 league wins are the seventh most in the conference record book. In 2008, DeBusk’s team achieved success both on and oﬀ the ﬁeld. The nine wins �ed a school single-season record, including victories in four of its last ﬁve games. DeBusk, a 1991 Furman University graduate, established 11 school records at quarterback for the Paladins, while compiling an impressive 31-6 record. In 1988, DeBusk led Furman to a 13-2 mark while capturing the NCAA Division I-AA Na�onal Championship. His collegiate career also included three Southern Conference �tles and three trips to the NCAA I-AA playoﬀs. He is not the ﬁrst member of the DeBusk family to garner the TC black and orange. His brother, Doug, was a Tusculum Hall of Fame point guard for the Pioneer basketball team from 1991-95. In 2003, DeBusk was the recipient of the pres�gious Art Argauer Award, which is presented to the Tusculum coach of the year as selected by his peers. He was the co-recipient of the Argauer Award again in the 2008-09 year. Frankie DeBusk is married to the former Jennifer Coﬀey of Bristol, Tenn. and they have one son, Ty.
TUSCULUM COLLEGE TUSCULUM HISTORY Tusculum College is the oldest college in Tennessee and the 28th oldest in the na�on. In addi�on, Tusculum is the oldest coeduca�onal ins�tu�on aﬃliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and an early na�onal pioneer in the admission of women. Tusculum accepted women students early in its history, and it is notable that by the turn of the 20th century more than half of its students were women. The roots of Tusculum College are buried deep in early American fron�er history. In 1794, George Washington was president of a young country and the state of Tennessee was s�ll two years away from becoming a reality. In what is now East Tennessee, Hezekiah Balch and Samuel Doak, Presbyterian ministers educated at the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University), were ministering to the pioneers of what was the southwestern fron�er of the United States. They also desired to meet the educa�onal needs of these Scots-lrish se�lers. Doak and Balch were visionaries ul�mately seeking the same goals through the rival colleges they established. Tusculum College as it now exists descends from two schools. The ﬁrst, Greeneville College, was chartered in September 1794 by the General Assembly of the Territory of the United States South of the Ohio River, and established by Hezekiah Balch. Samuel Doak and his son Samuel Witherspoon Doak founded the second as Tusculum Academy in 1818. Tusculum Academy operated in a log cabin adjacent to the present site of Tusculum College. When the academy became Tusculum College in 1844, Andrew Johnson, who was to become 17th President of the United States, was one of its trustees. A merger in 1868 formed Greeneville and Tusculum College. In 1908, Greeneville and Tusculum College merged with Washington College, crea�ng Washington and Tusculum College. This union dissolved in 1912, and thus evolved modern-day Tusculum College. The College received formal accredita�on by the Southern Associa�on of Colleges and Schools 15 years later. The College takes its name from the ancient Roman town where the great statesman and educator Cicero had an academy at his villa. Cicero taught what are now called the liberal arts. They actually were cons�tuted by the prac�ces a ci�zen must develop to par�cipate eﬀec�vely in leading his or her community - to play a vital role in civic aﬀairs. TUSCULUM ACADEMICS As a Civic Arts ins�tu�on, Tusculum College prepares students to be eﬀec�ve ci�zens, recognizing that they will need prac�cal wisdom to par�cipate in communi�es and enrich life�me experiences. Tusculum’s academic calendar is diﬀerent from all but three other colleges in the country. The academic year is divided into two semesters and our students take four 3 1/2 week courses each semester, totaling eight courses for the year. Classes are taught one at a �me, with a four-day break in between. Three 3 1/2 week summer sessions are also oﬀered. This allows our students to complete course requirements for the baccalaureate degree in four calendar years. Our unique Civic Arts program is being used as a model for other colleges and universi�es that seek to promote community, responsibility, and civic development. The Carnegie Founda�on for the Advancement of Teaching has recognized Tusculum as one of about a dozen schools (including Duke University and the University of Notre Dame) with a strong commitment to those ideals. As part of our emphasis on service-learning, we ask students to assess the needs of the community and complete a project to address those needs. Beyond helping key popula�ons, Tusculum students gain valuable experience in solving problems, apprecia�ng diﬀerences, and working with others. Tusculum College is a learning community where students and faculty members spend concentrated blocks of �me together exploring important areas of knowledge, developing and reﬁning thinking and communica�on skills, wrestling with the �meless controversial issues that characterize the human condi�on, and applying themselves to the prac�cal solu�on of problems. Whether in the tradi�onal on-campus Bachelor of Arts programs or in the evening Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts programs for working adult-students, Tusculum College’s dis�nc�ve academic calendar lets students concentrate on learning one subject at a �me. It’s a tradi�on grounded in the belief that we best realize the poten�al of each individual when faculty members and students work closely together with the ul�mate aim of enriching the lives of our students and preparing them to contribute posi�vely to their communi�es. For many tradi�onal students, an ini�al reason for choosing Tusculum is our focused calendar, which allows students to take one course at a �me. For others, its our dis�nc�ve programs of study, from specialized areas such as Athle�c Training, Business Administra�on, and Museum Studies to strong arts and sciences areas such as Biology, English, and Psychology. Tusculum is well known throughout East Tennessee for the eﬀec�veness of its Teacher Educa�on programs. Students are well prepared for careers in early childhood and elementary educa�on, in several secondary educa�on subject areas, in K-12 programs in Physical Educa�on and Visual Arts, and in Special Educa�on. But what o�en seals prospec�ve students’ decisions to join Tusculum’s community is the people. Tusculum a�racts topﬂight professors for the same reason that we a�ract students: small classes with close interac�on between professors and students, the focused calendar which allows concentrated study, and a Civic Arts curriculum that emphasizes community. Our professors are mo�vated and mo�va�ng. Excited and exci�ng. Whatever the major, you’ll ﬁnd that Tusculum’s academics are innova�ve, and that our faculty is commi�ed to the success of our students. THE TUSCULUM CAMPUS Located in Greeneville, Tenn., Tusculum College lies in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains between Knoxville and the Tri-Ci�es (Bristol-Johnson City-Kingsport). Our wooded 190-acre campus has over 25 buildings, nine of which are listed on the Na�onal Register of Historic Places. The Albert Columbus Tate Library, one of our Na�onal Historic Sites, was built in 1910. The library is experiencing a major mul�-million dollar renova�on and expansion that will more than double the size of the current library facility, bringing our library space to 34,467 square feet. The Tate Library previously encompassed 12,000 square feet, and is incorporated into the expanded and renovated building. We also have two on-campus museums, one holding archives with materials da�ng to the College’s beginnings. The Andrew Johnson Presiden�al Museum and Library includes the Charles Coﬃn Collec�on containing materials from the Collegeís original library, the Andrew Johnson Library containing books, papers, and memorabilia from the 17th President of the United States, and the College Archives containing documents related to the history of Tusculum since its founding. Tusculum’s loca�on is convenient to shopping and entertainment, and our students enjoy access to such recrea�onal opportuni�es as backpacking, hiking, whitewater ra�ing, ﬁshing and snow skiing. The city of Greeneville and Greene County have a combined popula�on of 65,000. Knoxville and the Tri-Ci�es are within a 70-mile radius of the campus.
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HEAD COACH TOMMY ARNETT Tommy Arne� is entering his 10th year at the helm of the Tusculum College tennis program. He has guided both the men and women’s teams to the most successful period in the programs’ histories. Under his tutelage, the Pioneers have advanced to the NCAA Division II Tournament in seven of his nine seasons at the Greeneville, Tenn. school, while producing eight South Atlan�c Conference Championships and four SAC Tournament �tles, combined. Since his arrival at Tusculum in 2001, Arne� ’s teams have posted a combined 286-98 overall record (.745 winning percentage) including an amazing 99-21 league slate (.825 winning percentage). His men and women’s teams have accounted for nine straight winning campaigns. During the 2007-08 season, he guided the Pioneers to one of its most successful combined seasons in school history as both programs accounted for 20-win campaigns. The men’s team posted a 20-2 worksheet, including a perfect 7-0 mark in SAC play to capture the program’s third league �tle. Led by SAC Player of the Year Carlos Garcia, Tusculum ra�led oﬀ a school record 17-match winning streak, including three in a row to win the Food Lion SAC Tournament �tle and earning the league’s automa�c berth to the NCAA Tournament, the Pioneers’ sixth postseason trip in seven years. Garcia con�nued his stellar play, earning tournament MVP honors. The 2008 women’s team �ed a school season record with its 20-4 campaign, while returning to the NCAA II Tournament. The Pioneers ﬁnished second in the conference, but mustered a 12-match winning streak towards the end of the season, including three straight to win the Food Lion SAC Tournament to earn an automa�c bid to the NCAA postseason. He guided the 2009 women’s program to a 17-6 record, including a perfect 8-0 mark in SAC play as Tusculum won its fourth women’s �tle. The team advanced to the NCAA Tournament for a second straight year and seventh �me in school history. In 2010, Arne� led the Pioneers to their ﬁ�h women’s �tle in 2010 as TC parlayed a nine-match winning streak to a 17-4 record. In 2004, the Tusculum women’s team enjoyed a remarkable run winning its ﬁrst 20 matches en route to a 20-1 mark while capturing its third straight conference crown and ﬁrst SAC Tournament �tle. For his eﬀorts, he wasnamed the South Atlan�c Conference Women’s Tennis Coach of the Year. That squad included four All-Conference players, including SAC Player of the Year Lesley Murray, who earned that honor for a remarkable fourth �me in her illustrious career. Only two players in league history have been named player of the year for their respec�ve sports. She was tabbed the 2003-04 SAC Female Athlete of the Year, becoming the ﬁrst woman in TC history to earn this honor. Murray was also selected as the SAC Scholar Athlete of the Year for Women’s Tennis for a second �me in 2004. She was inducted to the SAC Hall of Fame in June, 2009, becoming the ﬁrst Pioneer student-athlete to earn that pres�gous honor. In his ﬁrst season, Arne� guided both the men and women’s teams to a pair of South Atlan�c Conference Championships, two na�onal rankings and berths to the NCAA Tournament. The Tusculum men established a school mark with an 18-2 record including a perfect 6-0 league slate to claim the Pioneers’ ﬁrst SAC �tle. In 2002, the Pioneers also tallied a new school record winning 14 consecu�ve matches including the SAC Tournament �tle. TC ended the year ranked 40th in the na�on and for his eﬀorts, Arne� was named SAC Men’s Tennis Coach of the Year. In 2005, Arne� led the men’s team to a 13-7 record, while going undefeated in conference play for the second �me in three years winning the program’s second SAC Men’s Title. Once again, Arne� was honored by his peers and named Conference Coach of the Year. The TC women went 15-4 in 2002 and won a share of its ﬁrst SAC �tle. Tusculum knocked oﬀ na�onally-ranked Presbyterian College, ending the Blue Hose 56-match winning streak in league play. For a second straight year, the Tusculum women advanced to the NCAA Tournament and ended the year ranked 38th in the country. In 2003, the women’s team repeated their performance from a season before winning a share of its second SAC �tle. The Pioneer women ﬁnished 15-4 and advanced to the NCAA postseason, while moving to the second round for the ﬁrst �me. TC ﬁnished the year ranked fourth in the region and 37th in the na�on. The men’s team recorded its third straight winning season going 11-8 and ﬁnished second in the SAC standings. Arne� took over the Pioneer program in June 2001, a�er serving as head coach for two seasons at South Atlan�c Conference member Newberry College. He has mentored 37 All-South Atlan�c Conference performers at Tusculum, including three Women’s Tennis SAC Freshmen of the Year, including Gabriela Mora (2002), Maria Nevarez (2003) and Danae Valderrama (2004). In 2002, Roberto Robles captured SAC Freshman of the Year honors on the men’s side. In 2005, Sergio Espinosa was named SAC Freshman of the Year.
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HEAD COACH TOMMY ARNETT In 2002, Arne� also coached Pam Holt, who became the program’s ﬁrst CoSIDA Academic All-American®. Three of his players have garnered Academic All-District recogni�on including Holt, Lesley Murray and Jobria McCracken. Murray (twice) and McCracken (in 2005) have also been honored as SAC Scholar Athletes of the Year. In 2009, Hunter Beal became the ﬁrst Tusculum men’s tennis player to earn the SAC Scholar Athlete accolade. Henrique Rodrigues followed in 2010 by earning SAC Scholar Athlete honors the next season. Under Arne� ’s watch, the Pioneers have also demonstrated success in the classroom. In 2008-09, his ne�ers posted the top two team grade point averages in the Tusculum athle�c department, while both the men and women’s teams earned the ITA Academic Team Award, making TC one of only eight tennis programs in the na�on (NCAA II) to have both its squads honored. It has been homecoming for Arne�, a na�ve of nearby Elizabethton, Tenn. He guided the Newberry women’s team to the NCAA Division II Tournament with a 15-11 record. Prior to his arrival at Newberry, Arne� was the head coach at Blueﬁeld College, where he led the men’s program to a 63-47 slate over seven seasons. He was also given the task of beginning the women’s program at Blueﬁeld and posted a 13-29 slate during his four seasons over the women’s team. While in Blueﬁeld, he also ran the Sedgewood Tennis Center for 21 years. He is a 20-year member of the United States Professional. He is also a Class 1 Professional and mentored pro tennis star Mark Dickson, who reached a world rank of 26th and was 13th on the money list before an injury ended his career prematurely. He also serves as the Director of Tennis at Link Hills Country Club in Greeneville. Arne� is a 1972 graduate of Carson-Newman College, where he was a member of the Eagles tennis team. During his collegiate career, he played on two na�onally ranked teams at the Jeﬀerson City, Tenn.
COACH TOMMY ARNETT YEAR-BY-YEAR Men’s Tennis
SAC T Pct. W L 0 .900 6 0 0 .579 5 1 0 .667 5 1 0 .650 6 0 0 .600 4 2 0 .682 5 1 0 .909 7 0 0 .583 4 4 0 .736 6 2 0 .700 48 11 Women’s Tennis Overall SAC W L T Pct. W L 15 4 0 .789 5 1 15 4 0 .789 5 1 20 1 0 .952 4 0 17 5 0 .773 6 1 17 7 0 .708 6 1 15 6 0 .714 4 3 20 4 0 .833 6 1 17 6 0 .739 8 0 17 4 0 .810 7 1 153 41 0 .793 51 9
W Year 2001-02 18 2002-03 11 2003-04 16 2004-05 13 2005-06 12 2006-07 15 2007-08 20 2008-09 14 2009-10 14 133 Totals Year 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Totals
Overall L 2 8 8 7 8 7 2 10 5 57
T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Pct. 1.00 .833 .833 1.00 .667 .833 1.00 .500 .750 .814
T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Pct. .833 .833 1.00 .857 .857 .571 .857 1.00 .875 .850
SAC Fin. 1st 2nd 2nd 1st T2nd 2nd 1st 5th 3rd SAC Fin. T1st T1st 1st 2nd 2nd T3rd 2nd 1st T1st
ROGER M. NICHOLS TENNIS COMPLEX The Pioneers are proud to call the Roger M. Nichols Complete home of Tusculum College Tennis. The lighted, six-court facility provides one of the ﬁnest college tennis venues in the na�on. The complex is named in honor of the 1950 Tusculum graduate who played for the Pioneer Tennis Team. Nichols was also a former Board of Trustee member and Tusculum Sports Hall of Famer. Addi�onal sea�ng had been added to provide op�mal viewing for fans and athletes alike. In the summer of 2004, the playing surface was renovated, while angled fencing was installed for each individual court. Beau�ful landscaping and foilage were added, making the Nichols Tennis Complex one of the most beau�ful tennis facili�es in the region. The Nichols Tennis Complex has hosted several State and Regional Tournaments, including the annual USTA Region Championships. It also hosted the 2006 Food Lion South Atlan�c Conference Women’s Tennis Tournament.
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6-5 • 190 • FRESHMAN BARQUISIMETO, VENEZUELA • BRADENTON (FLA.) PREP High School: Graduated from Brandenton Preparatory School in Bradenton, Fla... Coached by Jhonny Figueroa and Paul Forside... Personal: Full name is Antonio Jesus Bujana... Bron June 6, 1992 in Barqusimeto, Venezuela... Son of Antonio and Dalia De Bujana... Brother - Jose Bujana (16)... Majoring in Biomedical Engineering... Enjoys playing the guitar and going to the gym... Favorite book: “Noruto”; Favorite midnight snack: Cereal; Favorite song: “Canucon Para Ti”; Favorite sports team: Cardenales de Lara; Tony can’t imagine a week without: Playing his guitar; Advice to kids: “Fight for your dreams”; Favorite color: Blue; People Tony admires most: His father and grandfather; Shoe size: 12; Best thing about Tony: He smiles all the �me; What people don’t know about Tony: He loves music and plays the guitar.
5-8 • 185 • SOPHOMORE SAO PAULO, BRAZIL • COLEGIO PENTAGONO ALPHAVILLE 2009-10: Played in 16 matches, where he recorded a 6-3 record in singles, including 4-2 in SAC play... Saw most of his ac�on at No. 6 singles where he was 6-2... Went 9-5 in doubles play, including 5-3 in in conference at the third ﬂight with teammate Drew Kiser... Opened his collegiate career winning his ﬁrst ﬁve doubles matches... Captured wins in four of his ﬁrst ﬁve contests, including a thrilling three-set triumph at No. 6 single in a win over Carson-Newman (Mar. 24)... Also posted a three-set win at the sixth ﬂight against Mars Hill (Mar. 30), rallying from a set down.... High School: Graduated from Colegio Pentagono Alphaville in Varveri Sao Paulo, Brazil... No. 46 ranked player in Brazil and No. 10 in Sao Paulo... Qualiﬁed twice for the State Master Championship in Sao Paulo, pos�ng a top eight ﬁnish... Personal: Full name is Guilherme Pimentel Mendes de Carvalho... Born Oct. 3, 1990 in Sao Paulo, Brazil... Nickname: “Gui”... Son of Ivan and Esther Carvalho... Sister - Julia (21)... Majoring in Business with a Economics emphasis... Favorite book: “The Aquitaine Progression”; Favorite class at Tusculum: Math; Favorite midnight snack: Pringles; Favorite movie: “Gladiator”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Alan Jackson, Zac Brown Banda, Steven Lin; Favorite sports team: Palmeiras; Favorite song: “Ge�n’ You Home” by Chris Young; Gui can’t imagine a week without: Tennis; Favorite athlete: David Ferrer; Advice to kids: “Never give up and do your best”; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite foods: Anything that Michele cooks; People Gui most admires: His parents and his uncle; Shoe size: 10; Best thing about Gui: He never gives up; Most important thing Gui has learned at Tusculum: Friendship; The thing Gui admires most about Coach Arne�: His character; Toughest part of being a student-athlete: Mul�ple opportuni�es; Toughest player Gui has ever played against: His uncle; Two words to describe the way Gui plays tennis: Power, fast; Why Gui chose Tusculum: The College, the tennis program and Coach Arne�.
GUI CARVALHO’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009-10 Totals
Singles 6-3 6-3
SAC 4-2 4-2
Doubles 9-4 9-4
SAC 5-3 5-3
PAULO DOS SANTOS
6-1 • 160 • JUNIOR RONDANIA, BRAZIL • ANGLO COMPINAS 2009-10: Appeared in a dozen matches where he posted an 82 singles record, including 1-1 in league play... Played mostly at the No. 6 ﬂight, going 7-2... Opened the season winnin his ﬁrt eight singles contests, including a three-set victory at LenoirRhyne (Mar. 4) as he rallied from a set down... Went 4-2 in doubles ac�on, including three straight wins to start the year... ITA Scholar Athlete Team... 2008-09: Posted a 2-3 record at No. 5 singles matches…Won his ﬁnal two matches of the season... High School: Graduated from Anglo Campinas HS in Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil… 2006 State Champion… Advanced to the 2007 na�onal championship semiﬁnal... Personal: Full name is Paulo Luiz Ribeiro Santos, Jr… Born: July 4, 1990 in Porto Velho, Rondonia, Brazil… Nickname: “Pablo”… Son of Paulo Santos and Antonia Ba�sta… Sibling – Murilo Portela Ribeiro (28)… Majoring in Business… Hobbies listed include: video games, watch movies, reading... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll…SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Favorite book: “Lance Armstrong – Back to Life”; Favorite movie: “The Peaceful Warrior”; Favorite musical ar�st: Linkin Park; Favorite song: “Chora me liga”; How Paulo gets ready for a match: Watches or reads mo�va�onal material; Favorite athlete: Roger Federer; Advice to kids: Try very hard to achieve your goals; Favorite color: Black; Favorite sport other than tennis: Soccer; Person Paulo most admires: Lance Armstrong; Shoe size: 10; Best thing about Paulo: He’s always doing his best.
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Year 2008-09 2009-10 Totals
DOS Singles 2-3 8-2 10-5
SANTOS’ CAREER STATISTICS SAC 0-0 1-1 1-1
Doubles 0-0 4-2 4-2
SAC 0-0 0-0 0-0
6-1 • 160 • FRESHMAN AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS • HERVORMD LYCEUM ZUID High School: Graduated from Mervormel Lyceum Zuid HS in Amsterdam, The Netherlands... Personal: Full name is Sam Ariﬁen Groeneveld... Born May 23, 1992 in Palo Alto, Calif... Son of Max Groeneveld and Abdoeline Soleman... Brother - Yuri Groeneveld (15)... Sam is majoring in Mathema�cs with a minor in Computer Science... Hobbies include running and tennis... Competed in the 2010 New York City Marathon with his father... Career goals: Play tennis and become a chemist; Favorite movie: “Gladiator”; Favorite musical ar�st: Steven Lin; Favorite sports team: Ajax; How Sam gets ready for a match: Prac�ces; Sam can’t imagine a week without: Tennis; Favorite athlete: Rafael Nadal; Most thrilling moment in sports: Winning a match point in tennis; Advice to kids: “Work hard and try your best”; Favorite color: Orange; Favorite food: Pasta with tomato sauce; Favorite sport other than tennis: Running; Shoe size: 9 1/2; Toughest part of being a student-athlete: Less �me for homework.
5-11 • 145 • SOPHOMORE NASHVILLE, TENN. • HERITAGE ACADEMY 2009-10: Did not play... High School: Graduated from Heritage Academy in Hilton Head Island, S.C… Coached by Jus�n Shelver… State runner-up junior year in doubles compe��on…MVP sophomore year... Personal: Full name is Charles David Hawkins…Born November 21, 1989 in Nashville, Tenn…Son of Pa� and Charlie Hawkins... Majoring in Sport Management... Plans to teach tennis following gradua�on... Hobbies listed include: golf, basketball, football, xBox and anything outdoors... Favorite book: The Bible; Favorite class at Tusculum: Tusculum Experience; Favorite midnight snack: Pizza; Favorite Movie: ”Superbad”; Favorite Musical Ar�st: Widespread Panic; Favorite Song: “Crash Into Me”; Favorite Sports Teams: Atlanta Braves, Tennessee Titans; How David gets ready for a match: Listens to “Deﬁni�on of a G” by Yo Go�; David can’t imagine a week without: Tennis; Favorite Athlete: Roger Federer; Most thrilling moment in sports: state runner-up; Favorite Color: Blue; Favorite Food: Anything at the Tusculum cafeteria; Favorite sport other than tennis: Golf; Person David admires most: Roger Federer; Shoe Size: 10 1/2; Two words that describe the way David plays: sick and nasty; Why did David choose Tusculum: Block schedule and Coach Arne�.
6-2 • 165 • JUNIOR BRISTOL, TENN. • TENNESSEE HS 2009-10: Played in all 19 matches... Posted a 13-5 singles record, including 5-3 in league matches... Went 12-4 at No. 5 singles... Opened the season winning his ﬁrst six singles ou�ngs, all in straight sets... Also opened the campaign winnin his ﬁrst six doubles bouts at the third ﬂight... Finished the year 12-7 in doubles (5-3 in SAC)... 2008-09: Posted a 14-5 record at No. 6 singles, including 6-2 in SAC matches… Victorious in ﬁve of last 6 matches, including 2-1 in the SAC Tournament…Tallied a 7-13 record at No. 1 doubles with Thomas Rees, including 1-7 in league play... High School: A�ended Tennessee HS in Bristol, Tenn. where he played for prep coaches David Poole and Jenny Gardner… Le�ered four years in tennis… Three-�me AllConference selec�on… Named team MVP three �mes during his career... Recipient of the Teammate Award... Ranked No. 1 in the State of Tennessee in 18 and under singles... Personal: Full name is Andrew Brendan Kiser… Born Sept. 19, 1989 in Bristol, Tenn… Nickname: “Special K”… Son of James and Brenda Kiser… Majoring in Biology and Pre-Physical Therapy... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll… SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Plans to a�end Physical Therapy school following gradua�on... Cousin, Denny Wagner, played baseball at Virginia Tech and later played in the Oakland A’s organiza�on (1997-2003), advancing to the Triple-A level... Favorite book: “Winning Ugly”; Favorite midnight snack: All his friend’s food; Favorite class at Tusculum: Anatomy; Favorite movie: “Varsity Blues”; Favorite musical ar�sts: DMX, Dreamstreet; Favorite saying by Coach Arne�: “Good shots, not great shots”; Favorite song: “I Want it that Way”; Favorite sports teams: Virginia Tech Hokies, Green Bay Packers, Atlanta Braves, How Drew gets ready for a match: Listens to music; Drew can’t imagine a week without: ESPN; Drew is as good as anyone at: Ping Pong; Least favorite food:
sausage; Favorite athlete: Bre� Favre and John Isner; Most thrilling moment in sports: Clinching the conference tournament match against Brevard and advancing to the SAC Tournament ﬁnal; Advice to kids: “Hugs not drugs”; Favorite color: Tickle me Pink; Favorite food: Pizza; Favorite sport other than tennis: Croquet; Shoe size: 11 ½; Best advice Drew has ever been given: “If you’re good at something, don’t do it for free”; The thing Drew admires most about Coach Arne�: He’s experienced and program organiza�onal skills; What people don’t know about Drew: He remembers every sports stat; When he was a kid, Drew tried to be like: Pete Sampras; When people ﬁrst meet Drew, they think: “Wow, he looks good”; Why Drew chose Tusculum: Tennis and focused calendar.
DREW KISER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008-09 2009-10 Totals
Singles 14-5 13-5 27-10
SAC 6-2 5-3 11-5
Doubles 7-13 12-7 19-20
SAC 1-7 5-3 6-10
5-11 • 155 • JUNIOR PING DONG, TAIWAN • HERITAGE ACADEMY (S.C.) 2009-10: All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... Played in all 19 contests for Tusculum... Posted a 14-5 singles record, including 6-2 in SAC matches... Posted an 11-5 record at No. 3 singles and 3-0 at the fourth ﬂight... Posted a 9-2 record in his ﬁrst 11 singles ou�ngs... Went 13-6 in doubles, including 12-6 at the No. 2 ﬂight... Won his ﬁrst ﬁve doubles matches and nine of his ﬁrst 11... ITA Scholar Athlete Team... 2008-09: All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... Tallied a 15-4 record, including 6-2 in conference play…He was victorious in ﬁve of his last six matches… Posted a 12-6 doubles record with partner Hunter Beal at the No. 3 spot, including a 6-2 record in the SAC…Won the last two matches of the season... High School: Graduated from Heritage Academy in Hilton Head Island, S.C... Member of the Na�onal Honor Society in 2007 and 2008... Earned a No. 17 USTA junior tennis ranking in South Carolina... Coached by Walker Sahag... Personal: Full name is Yu-Wen Lin… Born July 23, 1989 in Taiwan… Nickname: “Steve-O”... Majoring in Biology… Son of Young Chang Lin and Shou Yue Chen... Enjoys playing the guitar… Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll… SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Plans to a�end Dental school or become a paramedic (EMT)... Wants to become a den�st or a ﬂight paramedic... Community service includes being a volunteer at the Boys and Girls Club... Favorite publica�on: Guitar magazines; Favorite midnight snack: Any fast food; Favorite movie: “Superbad”; Favorite musical ar�st: Tommy Emmanuel; Favorite song: “Rylynn” by Andy McKee; Favorite sports teams: New York Yankees; How Steven gets ready for a match: Listens to music; Steven can’t imagine a week without: His guitar; Least favorite food: Italian; Most thrilling moment in sports: Winning his ﬁrst tournament; Favorite athlete: Tim Wakeﬁeld; Favorite colors: Blue; Favorite food: His mother’s cooking; Shoe size: 10 ½; Best advice Steven has ever been given: “Go for what you want”; Favorite sport other than tennis: Baseball; People Steven most admires: EMTs and paramedics; Most famous person Steven has ever met: Andy McKee; The thing Steven most admires about Coach Arne�: “He’s a nice guy”; Two words to describe the way Steven plays tennis: Big forehand; What people don’t know about Steven: He can draw pre�y well; When people ﬁrst meet Steven, they think: He’s quiet.
STEVEN LIN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008-09 2009-10 Totals
Singles 15-4 14-5 29-9
SAC 6-2 6-2 12-4
Doubles 12-6 13-6 25-12
SAC 6-2 5-3 11-5
5-11 • 160 • SENIOR WINCHESTER, HAMPSHIRE, ENGLAND • ABAC • PETER SYMONDS COLLEGE
(25), Emily (26), Polly (20), Sophie (18)…Majoring in Business Management…Hobbies listed include: tennis, soccer, and skiing... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Favorite Book: “The Da Vinci Code”; Favorite Movie: “Water Boy”; Favorite musical ar�st: Jack Johnson; Favorite Song: “I bet you look good on the dance ﬂoor”; How Oliver gets ready for a match: listen to music; Oliver can’t imagine a week without: Music; Least favorite food: grits; Favorite Athlete: Roger Federer; Most thrilling moment in sports: playing in the na�onal ﬁnal for ABAC; Favorite Color: Blue; Favorite food: Chinese; Favorite sport other than tennis: Soccer; Person Oliver admires most: Roger Federer; Show size 9.5; Best thing about Oliver: he’s easy going; Two words that describe the way Oliver plays: very aggressive; Advice to kids: “Work as hard as possible, because you never know where you will end up.”
OLIVER SMITH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009-10 Totals
Singles 11-6 11-6
SAC 5-3 5-3
Doubles 12-6 12-6
SAC 5-3 5-3
6-2 • 180 • SOPHOMORE SANTIAGO, CHILE • SANTIAGO COLLEGE 2009-10: All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... Appeared in all 19 matches, playing in the top two ﬂights in singles and doubles.... Posted a 9-10 singles record (4-1 at No.1, 5-9 at No. 2)... Along with No. 1 doubles partner Henrique Rodrigues, went 11-7 at No. 1 doubles, including 4-4 in SAC matches... Went 6-1 from Mar. 827... ITA Scholar Athlete Team... Tusculum Freshman Athlete of the Year Academic Award winner (high4.00). High est freshman GPA - 4.00)... School School: Graduated from San�ago College in San�ago, Chile… Currently the ﬁ�h-ranked U18 player in Chile… Na�onal champion status at doubles in 2008… Par�cipated in every Na�onal Singles Tournament as a junior player... Personal: Full name is Luis C. Zamora Wilsdon… Born April 17, 1990 in Bremen, Germany… Son of Sergio Zamora and Audrey Wilsdon… Sister- Rosana Zamora... SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Charles Oliver Gray Honors List... Dean’s List... President’s List... Member of the Bonner Leadership program... Tusculum Business Club... President of Study Abroad & Global Awareness Organiza�on (SAGA)... Career Goals: Graduate with honors and President’s List; Favorite midnight snack: Jellies; Luis can’t imagine a week without: Speaking to his girlfriend; Favorite Athletes: Fernando Gonzalez and Andre Agassi; Most thrilling moment in sports: Winning the na�onal doubles championship; Favorite Color, blue; Favorite sport other than tennis: Basketball; Show size: 10 1/2; Two words to describe the way Luis plays: smart and intelligent; Favorite food: Pastel de Choclo.
LUIS ZAMORA’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009-10 Totals
Singles 9-10 9-10
SAC 4-4 4-4
Doubles 11-7 11-7
SAC 4-4 4-4
2009-10: Played in 18 matches... Posted an 11-6 singles record, including 5-3 in SAC play, playing mostly at the fourth ﬂight... Won his ﬁrst ﬁve singles and doubles matches... Opened the season winning 11 of his ﬁrst 14 ou�ngs... Finished the year with a 12-6 doubles record (5-3 in SAC matches)... Junior College: Attended Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Ti�on, Ga…Finished 3rd in the na�on as a team both years… Sophomore year captured the NJCAA Regional doubles �tle… Ranked 15th in the na�on in doubles …Freshman Year 2nd team All-American in singles…A top 20 ranked doubles player... High School: Graduated from Peter Symonds College in Winchester, UK… captured four singles championships from 2005-07 and helped Peter Symonds College to a pair of No. 8 na�onal rankings (2006, 2007)... In 2006, he garnered a No. 121 na�onal singles ranking... Coached by Julian Godfrey... Personal: Full name is Oliver Thomas Smith… Born July 3, 1989 in Winchester, United Kingdom…Nickname “Olly”… Son of Andrew and Janice Smith… Siblings- Sam
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MEET MEGAN BUCKMASTER 5-4 • SOPHOMORE BLUFF CITY, TENN. • TENNESSEE HS
2010-11: Preseason All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... 2009-10: Recorded an 11-0 singles record a�er joining the team in January... Was a perfect 7-0 in SAC matches... Posted a perfect 220 sets record... Won her ﬁrst ﬁve doubles ou�ngs with teammate Kristen Keefer... Finished the season 5-4 in doubles... High School: Graduated from Tennessee HS in Bristol, Tenn... Three-�me All-Big 8 Conference selec�on and three-year le�er-winner... State semiﬁnalist in singles and District runner-up, individually in 2007... Earned 2008 region singles �tles and ﬁnished as District runner-up... 2009 recipient of the Best Teammate Award... Achieved No. 8 ranking in the State of Tennessee... Won the Tennessee State Open in 2009 in doubles play and ﬁnished as a consola�on winner in singles compe��on... Member of the 2007 Tennessee HS team to a State runner-up ﬁnish... Posted a 48-3 singles record during her prep career... Member of the Beta Club, Anchor Club, Na�onal Honors Society wrote for the Maroon and White school newspaper... Volunteer tennis instructor at the YMCA... Personal: Full name is Megan Leigh Buckmaster... Born Aug. 15, 1991 in Jackson, Tenn... Daughter of Ana and Ma�hew Buckmaster... Brother - Seth... Majoring in Graphic Design... Career goal: Find a career in adver�sing... Hobbies listed include: Tennis, hanging out with her teammates, shopping and movies... Favorite book: “To Kill a Mockingbird”; Favorite class at Tusculum: Basic Design; Favorite midnight snack: Cereal; Favorite movie: “The Notebook”; Favorite musical ar�st: Carrie Underwood; Favorite saying by Coach Arne�: “I think we are going to have a great season”; Favorite song: “Jesus Take the Wheel”; Favorite sports team: LSU Tigers; Megan can’t imagine a week without: Her teammates: Least favorite food: Brocolli; Megan is as good as anyone at: Tennis; Favorite athlete: Andy Roddick; Advice to kids: “Never give up”; Favorite color: Purple; Favorite food: Peanut bu�er and jelly; Favorite sport other than tennis: Football; People Megan most admires: Her parents; Shoe size: 7; Most famous person Megan has ever met: Andy Roddick; Best thing about Megan: She’s kind; Most important thing Megan has learned at Tusculum: Learn from your mistakes; The thing Megan admires most about Coach Arne�: He is always posi�ve; Toughest part of being a studentathlete: Managing �me; Toughest player Megan has ever played against: Caitlyn Williams; What people don’t know about Megan: She likes art; When she was a kid, Megan tried to be like: Her mother; When people ﬁrst meet Megan, they think: She is sweet; Why Megan chose Tusculum: Block schedule and close to home.
MEGAN BUCKMASTER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009-10 Totals
Singles 11-0 11-0
SAC 7-0 7-0
Doubles 5-4 5-4
SAC 1-1 1-1
COURTNEY CONLEY 5-3 • SOPHOMORE BRISTOL, TENN. • TENNESSEE HS
2010-11: Preseason All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team... 2009-10: All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... Stepped in immediately and shined at No. 2 singles... Played in 18 matches a�er joining the program in January... Went 12-5 in singles play, including 10-4 at the second ﬂight... Won 11 of her ﬁrst 12 singles contests and ﬁnished with a 5-2 SAC record...Rallied from a set down to win her No. 2 singles match against North Greenville (Mar. 5)... Along with teammate Taylor Pa�erson, posted a 133 doubles record at the second ﬂight, including 6-1 in league play... High School: Graduated from Tennessee HS in Bristol, Tenn... Coached by Jennie Gardner... Lettered three years in tennis and cheerleading... Named Big 8 Conference Player of the Year twice (2008, 2009) and is a three�me All-Conference selec�on... Played at No. 1 singles as a sophomore and junior and is a two-�me team MVP for the Vikings... In 2008, she captured the TSSAA 3A District championship, while also winning District and Region �tles in doubles twice (2007, 2009)... Advanced to the State AAA Playoﬀs in 2007 and 2009 in doubles compe��on, including a victory in the opening round... 2007 recipient of the THS Teammate Award... Led the Vikings to a pair of District and Region �tles... Her 2007 squad advanced to the State semiﬁnals, while the 2008 club ﬁnished as State runner-up... Listed in the top 10 in the USTA Tennessee State rankings every year since 2002, including a No. 1 ranking in 2002... Wrapped up her prep career ranked seventh in the State (Girls 18s)... Captured a pair of USTA �tles in 2009, including the Tennessee State Junior Open singles and doubles as well as the CBRC Junior Clay Court championship... Won the UCA “Jump Oﬀ ” contest at the University of Tennessee Cheerleading Camp... Member of the Na�onal Honor Society, Na�onal Beta Club and the Anchor Club... Personal: Full name is Courtney Alyse Conley... Born Oct. 25, 1991 in Johnson City,
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Tenn... Nickname: “Court”... Daughter of Jann and Creighton Conley... Sister - Caitlin is playing tennis at Milligan College (2007-present) where she was an All-Conference standout with the Lady Buﬀs... Courtney is a Pre-Medicine major... Also a member of the Tusculum Cheerleading squad... Plans to a�end medical school following gradua�on... Hobbies listed include: tennis, shopping, hanging out with friends and teammates; cheerleading... Favorite book: “Twilight” series; Favorite class at Tusculum: Computer as a Tool; Favorite midnight snack: Ramen Noodles; Favorite movie: “The Notebook”; Favorite musical ar�st: Taylor Swi�; Favorite song: “Love Like Crazy”; Favorite sports team: Tennessee Volunteers; How Courtney gets ready for a match: Listens to music and drinks water; Courtney can’t imagine a week without: Her Blackberry; Courtney is as good as anyone at: Shopping; Least favorite food: Blueberries; Favorite athlete: Andy Roddick; Advice to kids: Work hard; Favorite color: Pink; Favorite food: Sushi; Favorite sport other than tennis: Football; People Courtney admires most: Her parents; Shoe size: 10 1/2; Most famous person Courtney has ever met: James Blake; Best thing about Courtney: Her determina�on; The thing Courtney admires most about Coach Arne�: His approach to the sport; Toughest part of being a student-athlete; Time Management; Toughest player Courtney has ever played against: Caitlyn Williams; Two words to describe the way Courtney plays tennis: Determined, focused; What people don’t know about Courtney: She placed second in the Punt, Pass and Kick at regionals; When she was a kid, Courtney tried to be like: Harriet the Spy; Why Courtney chose Tusculum: Success of the tennis program.
COURTNEY CONLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009-10 Totals
Singles 12-5 12-5
SAC 5-2 5-2
Doubles 13-3 13-3
SAC 6-1 6-1
5-3 • SENIOR BRISTOL, VA. • VIRGINIA HS 2010-11: Preseason All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... Enters her ﬁnal collegiate campaign with a 39-19 career singles record... Three-�me All-Conference honoree... 2009-10: All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... One of only three players on the team to play in all 21 matches... Went 11-9 in singles, including 10-8 at the top ﬂight... Won ﬁve of her ﬁrst six singles contests... Rallied from a set down to post a win against East Stroudsburg (Mar. 7)... Opened the season with a sizzling 11-2 worksheet... Along with No. 1 doubles partner Caroline Crowe, posted a 15-6 doubles record, including 6-2 in SAC matches... Named team MVP... MVP. 2008-09: All-South Atlan�c Conference 2008-09 Second Team Team… Recorded a singles record of 10-7 with a 5-2 SAC record…Won her ﬁrst four matches of the season…Posted a 12-8 record at No. 1 doubles with partner Caroline Crowe including a 6-2 mark against the SAC… Won their ﬁrst six matches of the season... 2007-08: All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team… Had a ﬁne rookie season with an 18-3 singles record, mostly at the fourth ﬂight… Won her ﬁrst six singles matches to start her collegiate career… Victorious in ﬁve of her last six contests, including 2-0 in the SAC Tournament… With No. 1 doubles partner Caroline Crowe, went 13-9, including 6-1 in league contests… Won six of her last eight doubles matches… Also won a doubles match with Jessi Smith and Samantha Cantu... High School: Graduated from Virginia HS in Bristol, Va… Coached by Sco� DeBusk… Three-�me District and Region Player of the Year (2005, 2006, 2007)… Named team MVP three �mes (2005, 2006, 2007)… All-Conference, AllDistrict and All-Region... Personal: Full name is Katelyn Elizabeth Doss… Born Aug. 1, 1989 in Bristol, Va… Daughter of Ronnie and Jerrie Doss…Brother-Murphy… Pre-Medicine major… Plans to a�end medical school a�er gradua�on... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Favorite class at Tusculum: Biology; Favorite midnight snack: Chips and cheese; Favorite musical ar�st: Britney Spears; Favorite saying by Coach Arne�: “Leave it on the court”; Favorite sports team: Tennessee Volunteers; Favorite song: “Barbie Girl”; How Katelyn gets ready for a match: Listens to her iPod; Katelyn can’t imagine a week without: Blake Thompson; Least favorite food: Fish; Favorite athlete: Maria Sharapova; Most thrilling moment in sports: Winning the SAC Tournament during her freshman season; Advice to kids: Follow your dreams; Favorite color: Pink; Favorite food: Mexican; Favorite sport other than tennis: Football; Person Katelyn most admires: Her mother; Best thing about Katelyn: Her personality; Thing Katelyn admires most about Coach Arne�: His work ethic; What people don’t know about Katelyn: She is obsessed with Hello Ki�y; When she was a kid, she tried to be like: Her father; Why Katelyn chose Tusculum: Felt like home.
KATELYN DOSS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Totals
Singles 18-3 10-7 11-9 39-19
SAC 7-0 5-2 3-5 15-7
Doubles 13-9 12-8 15-6 40-23
SAC 6-1 6-2 6-2 18-5
5-3 • JUNIOR LEXINGTON, S.C. • LEXINGTON HS
5-2 • SOPHOMORE LEXINGTON, S.C. • LEXINGTON HS
2009-10: Played in 18 matches... Went 7-2 in singles, including 2-0 in SAC play... Tallied an 8-2 doubles record, including 6-2 with Blake Thompson at the third ﬂight... Was victorious in her ﬁrst ﬁve singles matches and her ﬁrst seven doubles contests... 2008-09: Saw limited ac�on as a freshman pos�ng a 2-0 record in singles…Played just one doubles match with Kristen Keefer, bea�ng Rolanda Sue and Tyra Breaux of Johnson C. Smith... High School: Played her prep tennis at Lexington (S.C.) HS… Coached by Eric Jackson… Three-�me All-Conference honoree (2004, 2006, 2007)… Earned the Most Improved Award in 2003 and was the Team MVP in 2005 and 2006… Led Lexington to three region crowns (2004, 2005, 2007)... Personal: Full name is Kaitlin Anne Hillis… Born Dec. 9, 1989 in Parkridge, Ill… Daughter of John and Beth Hillis… Brother – Kendell (20)… Majoring in Pre-Physical Therapy… Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Favorite book: “To Kill A Mockingbird”; Favorite midnight snack: Popcorn; Favorite class at Tusculum: Athle�c Training; Favorite movie: “Good Will Hun�ng”; Favorite musical ar�st: Hoo�e and the Blowﬁsh; Favorite song: “Free Fallin’” by Tom Pe�y… Favorite sports team: Chicago Cubs; How Ka�e gets ready for a match: Listens to music; Ka�e can’t imagine a week without: Her friends and family; Favorite Athletes: Bryan Brothers; Most thrilling moment in sports: Waching the Chicago Blackhawks win the 2010 Stanley Cup; Favorite color: Green; Favorite food: Pasta; Favorite sport other than tennis: Play – basketball, watch – hockey; People Ka�e admires most: Her parents; Shoe size: 6 ½; Best advice Ka�e has ever been given: “Follow your heart”; Best thing about Ka�e: She’s understanding; Most important thing Ka�e has learned at Tusculum: Don’t procras�nate; Toughest player Ka�e has played against: Mallory Cecil - plays for Duke and won the NCAA na�onal championship in 2009; When she was a kid, she tried to be like: Her twin brother.
TAYLOR PATTERSON’S CAREER STATISTICS
KATIE HILLIS’ CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008-09 2009-10 Totals
Singles 2-0 7-2 9-2
SAC 0-0 2-0 2-0
Doubles 1-0 8-2 9-2
2010-11: Preseason All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... 2009-10: All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... Played in all 21 contests where she posted an impressive 16-5 singles record, including 6-2 in SAC play... Posted a perfect 5-0 record at No. 1 singles and 11-5 at the second ﬂight... Went 14-3 in doubles, including 13-3 with No. 2 doubles partner Courtney Conley where the duo also went 6-1 in league play.... Captured eight of her ﬁrst nine singles contests. contests... High School: Graduated from Lexington HS in Lexington, S.C…Coached by Eric Jackson…Le�ered in tennis… All-Star (2007-09)… All-State (2007-09)…All-Conference (2007-09)… Led team to district 2007-09… Played in 2009. Personal: Full Region 2008 and 2009... name is Taylor Hart Pa�erson… Born June 22, 1991 in Bedford, Va… Daughter of Travis and Danielle Pa�erson…Sister- Morgan (15)… Majoring in Physical Educa�on with a minor in Special Educa�on... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Community service volunteered at an animal shelter... Career Goals: Teach elementary physical educa�on and work with Special Olympics; Favorite Books: Anything by Janet Evanovich; Favorite class at Tusculum: English; Favorite midnight snack: Honey Bunches & Oats; Favorite movie: “The Hangover”; Favorite Musical Ar�st: Brandon Heath; Favorite song: “Don’t Get Comfortable”; Favorite sports team: Chicago Bulls; How Taylor gets ready for a match: Listen to music; Taylor can’t imagine a week without: Running; Favorite athlete: Ana Icanovich; Most thrilling moment in sports: When her team made it to the state semi-ﬁnals; Favorite Color: Purple; Favorite food: Macaroni & cheese; Favorite sports other than tennis: football and soccer; Person she admires most: Her sister; Show size 6 1/2; Most famous person Taylor has ever met: Serena Williams; When Taylor was a kid she tried to be like: Michael Jordan; Toughest opponent: Alexis Pricke�... What people don’t know about Taylor: Her favorite superhero is Spiderman.
SAC 0-0 4-1 4-1
Year 2009-10 Totals
2009-10: Played in 11 matches where she accounted for a 4-0 singles record and 8-1 in doubles... Rallied from a set down to win her No. 6 singles match against East Stroudsburg (Mar. 7), 3-6, 6-4, 10-4... Won her ﬁrst eight doubles matches of the season... 2008-09: Saw ac�on in nine matches with a 2-0 singles record…Pos�ng a 6-3 doubles record playing with three diﬀerent team mates…Tallied a 1-0 SAC record in doubles... High School: Graduated from Northwest HS in Germantown, Md… Posted a 32-4 singles record in her last three prep seasons and was named her team’s MVP twice (2006, 2007)… Le�ered in tennis and lacrosse… Four-�me All-County selec�on… Gaze�e All-Star team honorable men�on… Led Northwest to a pair of District �tles (2004, 2005)… Two-�me team captain (2006, 2007)… Academic Honor Roll (200408)… Played six years in the Montgomery County Tennis Associa�on (MCTA)… Quill and Scroll Society honoree… Minds in Mo�on Award recipient four �mes... Personal: Full name is Kristen Marie Keefer… Born March 3, 1990 in Har�ord, Conn… Daughter of Jeﬀ and Mary Keefer… Brother – John (19), Sister – Ashley (22), who played for the Wingate women’s tennis team (2005-08)… Majoring in Art & Design - Graphic Design… Hobbies include: Lacrosse, hockey and wakeboarding... Community service includes volunteering with the Greene County Humane Society... Favorite book: “Iden�fying the Night Sky”; Favorite midnight snack: Triscuits; Favorite movie: “Miracle”; Favorite musical artists: Pepper, Boston, Alabama… Favorite song: “The Closer You Get” by Alabama; Favorite sports teams: Dallas Stars, Buﬀalo Sabres, New York Giants, New York Yankees… How Kristen gets ready for a match: Listens to metal music on her iPod… Kristen can’t imagine a week without: Being outside; Kristen is as good as anyone at: Ice ska�ng; Least favorite food: Oranges; Favorite athletes: Jamie Langenbrunner and Mike Modano… Most thrilling moment in sports: 1980 U.S. Olympic Hockey team winning the gold medal in Lake Placid… Advice to kids: “Don’t let anyone tell you what you can’t do”; Favorite color: Green; Favorite food: Strawberries; Favorite sports other than tennis: Lacrosse, hockey, wakesurﬁng; Shoe size: 7 ½; Most famous people Kristen has ever met: Andy Roddick and Jaime Langenbrunner; Best advice Kristen has ever been given: No ma�er what you are doing or where you are, make the best of it and be happy”; Best thing about Kristen: She’s a good listener; Two words to describe the way Kristen plays: Focused, dedicated; What people don’t know about Kristen: She can walk on her hands; When she was a kid, she tried to be like: Her brother; Toughest player Kristen has ever played against: Lauren Wolman.
KRISTEN KEEFER’S CAREER STATISTICS SAC 0-0 0-0 0-0
Doubles 14-3 14-3
SAC 6-1 6-1
5-9 • SENIOR BRISTOL, TENN. • TENNESSEE HS
5-3 • JUNIOR GERMANTOWN, MD. • NORTHWEST HS
Singles 2-0 4-0 6-0
SAC 6-2 6-2
Year 2008-09 2009-10 Totals
Singles 16-5 16-5
Doubles 6-3 8-1 14-4
SAC 1-0 1-0 2-0
2010-11: Preseason All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... Enters her ﬁnal Tusculum campaign with an impressive 46-8 singles record... 2009-10: Went 16-1 in singles play, including a perfect 70 South Atlan�c Conference record... Opened the season with 16 consecu�ve singles victories... Streak ended in regular season ﬁnale against Lander (Apr. 11)... 15 of her 16 single-match victories were in straight sets... ITA Scholar Athlete... 2008-09: Recorded a 16-2 record including a 7-1 Conference record…Won her ﬁrst six matches of the season…Played only one doubles match with Heidi von der Lage defea�ng Jess Pivatoand/Erika Bailey of Tiﬃn... ITA Scholar Athlete... 2007-08: Recorded a 14-6 record at No. 5 singles, including 5-2 in SAC matches… Won four of her last six decisions of the season… Won her ﬁrst six contests to start her collegiate career… Thompson and Bronwyn Hartley accounted for an amazing 20-3 record, including 7-0 in league contests… Won 12 of their last 13 matches, including 3-0 in the SAC Tournament… Recorded a key point at No. 5 singles with a 6-0, 6-0 win over Newberry’s Danielle Beckerle to put TC up by one in a 5-3 win in the SAC Tournament semiﬁnal… ITA Scholar Athlete... Named the Tusculum Freshman Athlete of the Year recipient. High School: Academic Award recipient... Graduated from Tennessee HS in Bristol, Tenn… Coached by David Poole… Earned All-Conference honors three �mes… Two�me team MVP… Led THS to 2007 District and Region �tle… Senior squad advanced to State Tournament… Le�ered four years in tennis... tennis. Personal: Full name is Blake Laurel Thompson… Born Jan. 16, 1989 in Nashville, Tenn… Daughter of David and Kris�e Thompson… Brother – Landon (18)… Pre-Medicine major… Chemistry minor... SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll… Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll… Dean’s List... Plans to a�end medical school following gradua�on… Avid swimmer... Community service includes Ne�e Day, service projects with the tennis team and volunteered at the hospital... Career goal: A�end medical school and to specialize in emergency medicine; Favorite class at Tusculum: Histology; Favorite midnight snack: Chips; Favorite musical ar�st: Drake; Favorite sports team: Tennessee Volunteers; How Blake gets ready for a match: Rest, eat healthy, listens to music, drink water; Blake can’t imagine a week without: Sleep; Least favorite food: Spinach; Favorite athlete: Maria Sharapova; Most thrilling moment in sports: Winning the SAC Tournament during her freshman season; Advice to kids: Work hard and follow your dreams; Favorite colors: Blue, green; Favorite food: Mexican; Favorite sport other than tennis: Basketball; People Blake most admires: Her parents; Shoe size: 8; Thing Blake admires most about Coach Arne�: Work ethic; What people don’t know about Blake: She loves to sing.
BLAKE THOMPSON’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Totals
Singles 14-5 16-2 16-1 46-8
SAC 5-2 7-1 7-0 17-3
Doubles 20-3 1-0 3-3 24-6
SAC 7-0 0-0 0-1 7-1
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MEN’S TENNIS HONOR ROLL South Atlan�c Conference Player of the Year 2008 Carlos Garcia TVAC Player of the Year 1995 Alvaro Figuerola South Atlan�c Conference Freshman of the Year 2002 Roberto Robles 2005 Sergio Espinosa All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team 2001 Johnathon Dunstan 2002 Johnathon Dunstan 2002 Roberto Robles 2003 Johnathon Dunstan 2003 Roberto Robles 2004 Roberto Robles 2004 Jesse Puckerin 2005 Roberto Robles 2005 Sergio Espinosa 2006 Carlos Garcia 2006 Sergio Espinosa 2007 Sergio Espinosa 2008 Carlos Garcia 2008 Sergio Espinosa 2008 Nicolas Bigler
South Atlan�c Conference Tournament MVP 2002 Roberto Robles 2008 Carlos Garcia South Atlan�c Conference All-Tournament Team 2001 Johnathon Dunstan 2002 Johnathon Dunstan 2002 Wes Lehman 2002 Jesse Puckerin 2002 Roberto Robles 2004 Jesse Puckerin 2004 Roberto Robles 2005 Jesse Puckerin 2005 Carlos Garcia 2005 Sergio Espinosa
2002 South Atlan�c Conference Champions
South Atlan�c Conference Scholar Athlete 2009 Hunter Beal 2010 Henrique Rodrigues South Atlan�c Players of the Week 2001 Johnathon Dunstan 2001 Ben Leahy 2002 Johnathon Dunstan 2002 Roberto Robles 2003 Ben Leahy 2003 Roberto Robles 2003 Alejandro Rojas 2005 Roberto Robles 2005 Pedro Galavis 2006 Sergio Espinosa 2006 Antonio Oliver 2007 Carlos Garcia 2007 Sergio Espinosa 2007 Leo Guaycurus 2008 Carlos Garcia (3 �mes) 2008 Henrique Rodrigues 2008 Sergio Espinosa 2009 Henrique Rodrigues 2010 Luis Zamora 2010 Steven Lin
Second Team 2000 Johnathon Dunstan 2001 Ben Leahy 2002 Jesse Puckerin 2003 Jesse Puckerin 2004 Pedro Galavis 2005 Carlos Garcia 2005 Michael Hallford 2005 Jesse Puckerin 2006 Antonio Oliver 2007 Carlos Garica 2008 Henrique Rodrigues 2008 Leo Guaycurus 2009 Steven Lin 2009 Henrique Rodriguez 2010 Steven Lin 2010 Henrique Rodrigues 2010 Luis Zamora
2005 South Atlan�c Conference Champions
South Atlan�c Conference Champions 2002, 2005, 2008 South Atlan�c Conference Tournament Champions 2002, 2008
South Atlan�c Conference Coach of the Year 2002 Tommy Arne� 2005 Tommy Arne� 2008 Tommy Arne�
2008 South Atlan�c Conference Champions
NCAA Division II Tournament 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008
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WOMEN’S TENNIS HONOR ROLL CoSIDA Academic All-America® 2002 Pam Holt (Second Team) CoSIDA Academic All-District 2001 Pam Holt (First Team) 2002 Pam Holt (First Team) 2004 Jobria McCracken (First Team) 2004 Lesley Murray (Second Team) 2005 Jobria McCracken (Second Team) South Atlan�c Conference Athlete of the Year 2004-05 Lesley Murray South Atlan�c Conference Player of the Year 2001 Lesley Murray 2002 Lesley Murray 2003 Lesley Murray 2004 Lesley Murray TVAC Player of the Year 1996 Chandra Showalter South Atlan�c Conference Freshman of the Year 2001 Lesley Murray 2002 Gabriela Mora 2003 Maria Nevarez 2004 Danae Valderrama All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team 2001 Pam Holt 2001 Lesley Murray 2002 Pam Holt 2002 Lesley Murray 2003 Lesley Murray 2003 Maria Nevarez 2004 Lesley Murray 2004 Danae Valderrama 2004 Claudia Bolivar 2005 Claudia Bolivar 2005 Maria Nevarez 2005 Danae Valderrama 2006 Claudia Bolivar 2006 Maria Nevarez 2007 Danae Valderrama 2008 Bronwyn Hartley 2008 Jennifer Sparks 2009 Jennifer Sparks
SAC Scholar Athlete of the Year 2003 Lesley Murray 2004 Lesley Murray 2005 Jobria McCracken South Atlan�c Conference All-Tournament Team 2001 Lesley Murray 2002 Lesley Murray 2004 Lesley Murray 2004 Danae Valderrama 2004 Claudia Bolivar 2004 Maria Nevarez 2005 Claudia Bolivar 2005 Maria Nevarez 2005 Danae Valderrama South Atlan�c Conference Tournament MVP 2004 Lesley Murray 2005 Claudia Bolivar 2008 Bronwyn Hartley
2002 South Atlan�c Conference Champions
South Atlan�c Conference Coach of the Year 2004 Tommy Arne� South Atlan�c Conference Players of the Week 2001 Lesley Murray (2 Times) 2002 Lesley Murray (3 Times) 2002 Pam Holt 2003 Lesley Murray 2003 Maria Nevarez (2 Times) 2004 Lesley Murray (3 Times) 2004 Maria Nevarez (2 Times) 2005 Claudia Bolivar (2 Times) 2005 Danae Valderrama (2 Times) 2006 Claudia Bolivar 2007 Samantha Cantu 2008 Bronwyn Hartley 2009 Jennifer Sparks 2009 Heidi von der Lage 2010 Katelyn Doss 2010 Courtney Conley (2 Times) 2010 Blake Thompson
2003 South Atlan�c Conference Champions
South Atlan�c Conference Champions 2002, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2010 South Atlan�c Conference Tournament Champions 2004, 2008
Second Team 2000 Pam Holt 2002 Gabriela Mora 2003 Claudia Bolivar 2004 Maria Nevarez 2005 Jobria McCracken 2006 Danae Valderrama 2008 Katelyn Doss 2009 Katelyn Doss 2009 Amanda Pike 2010 Courtney Conley 2010 Katelyn Doss 2010 Taylor Pa�erson
NCAA Division II Tournament 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009
2004 South Atlan�c Conference Champions
2009 South Atlan�c Conference Champions Lesley Murray
2010 South Atlan�c Conference Champions
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ATHLETIC FACILITIES PIONEER FIELD
RED EDMONDS FIELD
NICHOLS TENNIS COMPLEX
LINK HILLS COUNTRY CLUB
INDOOR PRACTICE FACILITY
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Front Row (le�-right): Megan Buckmaster, Courtney Conley, Taylor Pa�erson, Ka�e Hillis; Back Row: Head Coach Tommy Arne�, Katelyn Doss, Kristen Keefer, Blake Thompson, Asst. Athle�c Trainer Tom Stueber.
TUSCULUM COLLEGE WOMEN’S TENNIS TEAM Name
Yr. Hometown/High School
So. Bluﬀ City, Tenn./Tennessee HS
So. Bristol, Tenn./Tennessee HS
Sr. Bristol, Va./Virginia HS
Jr. Lexington, S.C./Lexington HS
Jr. Germantown, Md./Northwest HS
So. Lexington,S.C./Lexington HS
Sr. Bristol, Tenn./Tennessee HS
Head Coach: Tommy Arne� (Carson-Newman, 1972) Assistant Athle�c Trainer: Tom Stueber